Through the commonality of storytelling, The Red Badge Project supports Wounded Warriors in their journey to reconstruct their individual sense of purpose and understanding of self-worth.
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Storytelling is the fabric of society, as it expresses our commonality in many forms. In everything we do, see and hear, our stories inform our understanding of ourselves as unique individuals.
The experiences, skills and activities of the Red Badge Project are designed to assist soldiers to regain the trust to believe that their experiences and accompanying emotions, frame who they are now and realize that theirs’ is a story worth telling in their personal voice from their unique frame of reference. Our stories inform the audacity of the imagination and the understanding of ourselves as unique individuals.
As they journey through the Red Badge Program, we hope soldiers will gain trust in themselves and understand the value of their experiences as they rebuild their individual sense of purpose and self-worth.
The Red Badge Project supports Wounded Warriors through the healing process by providing them the tools to re-discover themselves through the commonality that is often best found in Storytelling.
Tom Skerritt and Evan Bailey
The Red Badge Project thanks our supporters who made this program possible.
The Film School [ web site ]
Department of Veterans Affairs: Puget Sound [ web site ]
Joint Base Lewis McChord; Warrior Transition Battalion [ web site ]
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